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Green View: Confused by mixed messages

29 August 2021
Green View: Confused by mixed messages

Green View: Confused by mixed messages

29 August 2021

Energy expert Peter Gudde is looking for some clear and objective messaging from the government about future energy needs.


The skills our ‘fledglings’ need

27 June 2021
The skills our ‘fledglings’ need

The skills our ‘fledglings’ need

27 June 2021

With his own children about the 'fly the nest', energy expert Peter Gudde explores some of the skills they'll need.


It takes energy to become zero-carbon

30 May 2021
It takes energy to become zero-carbon

It takes energy to become zero-carbon

30 May 2021

Energy adviser Peter Gudde has some advice for communities looking to reduce their carbon footprint to nothing.


Green View: Finding the cash for Net Zero

02 May 2021
Green View: Finding the cash for Net Zero

Green View: Finding the cash for Net Zero

02 May 2021

Environmental researcher Peter Gudde asks how the the fight against climate change can be financed.


Don’t be straight, think circular

28 March 2021
Don’t be straight, think circular

Don’t be straight, think circular

28 March 2021

It's Circular Economy Week – but what does that mean?


Green View: Let’s learn from the last year

27 February 2021
Green View: Let’s learn from the last year

Green View: Let’s learn from the last year

27 February 2021

Columnist Peter Gudde says we have an opportunity to reignite a drive towards a greener world.


Green View: Looking forward to better times

24 December 2020
Green View: Looking forward to better times

Green View: Looking forward to better times

24 December 2020

Green View columnist Peter Gudde refuses to mention 'that thing' in his final article of the year.


‘Baked-in building badness’

27 November 2020
‘Baked-in building badness’

‘Baked-in building badness’

27 November 2020

Energy expert Peter Gudde calls on housebuilders to do more about energy efficiency.

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Be ready for the worst . . .

01 March 2020
Be ready for the worst . . .

Be ready for the worst . . .

01 March 2020

Energy advisor and environmental researcher Peter Gudde says that if the recent storms have taught us anything, it's 'Be Prepared'


Stung by shortage of wasps

29 September 2019
Stung by shortage of wasps

Stung by shortage of wasps

29 September 2019

Energy adviser and environmental researcher Peter Gudde has noticed a fall in the number of bugs


Get help with your big idea

28 July 2019
Get help with your big idea

Get help with your big idea

28 July 2019

Columnist Peter Gudde offers some advice on community energy schemes


What’s your carbon footprint?

30 June 2019
What’s your carbon footprint?

What’s your carbon footprint?

30 June 2019

Energy expert Peter Gudde explains how you can work out – and reduce – your carbon footprint


Rewarding our green heroes

28 April 2019
Rewarding our green heroes

Rewarding our green heroes

28 April 2019

Suffolk's Greenest County Awards are back and columnist Peter Gudde is encouraging nominations


Is your shopping ‘sustainable’?

01 April 2019
Is your shopping ‘sustainable’?

Is your shopping ‘sustainable’?

01 April 2019

Environmental researcher Peter Gudde looks at how green issues are changing our shopping habits


Growing appetite for change

24 February 2019
Growing appetite for change

Growing appetite for change

24 February 2019

The campaign for action on climate change and the environment is gaining momentum, says columnist Peter Gudde


GREEN VIEW: Hints of end to throw-away economy

27 January 2019
GREEN VIEW: Hints of end to throw-away economy

GREEN VIEW: Hints of end to throw-away economy

27 January 2019

The message about recycling and sustainability could be beginning to take a hold, according to Green View columnist Peter Gudde


Ratings and awards help us to eat out safely and healthily

29 October 2017
Ratings and awards help us to eat out safely and healthily

Ratings and awards help us to eat out safely and healthily

29 October 2017

Eating out used to be, and for many still is, a luxury. Maybe, you choose a place to eat because you have heard great things about the food or the atmosphere. Maybe you are looking to have a nice meal out on a budget


Rising to the challenge on return to allotment

30 April 2017
Rising to the challenge on return to allotment

Rising to the challenge on return to allotment

30 April 2017

Well, it’s been sunny and dry for the last two weeks although as I write the wind has turned and there’s a colder feel.


Easy to take our energy supplies for granted

02 April 2017
Easy to take our energy supplies for granted

Easy to take our energy supplies for granted

02 April 2017

We ran out of oil at home last weekend. On Friday, we noticed that the heating was not coming on. It happens to the best of us; you’re busy getting on with life, you forget the routine jobs and then you’ve missed a deadline, a date or in my case, the level of boiler juice.


Questions to spark our thoughts on best way forward for environment

26 February 2017
Questions to spark our thoughts on best way forward for environment

Questions to spark our thoughts on best way forward for environment

26 February 2017

2017 – We are living in interesting times, environmentally speaking. Change is in the air, things are in flux, leading to who knows where?